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John Nichols: How Wisconsin Renewed the Politics of Protest


Published February 23, 2012
Topics Documentary


On the anniversary of the Wisconsin protests, journalist John Nichols describes how they led to the biggest labor rallies since the 1930s. In February 2011, Wisconsin governor Scott Walker moved to strip collective-bargaining rights from public-sector workers; now Nichols, author of Uprising, discusses how conservatives are trying to revoke unionizing rights nationwide in an assault coordinated by privatizers and billionaire political donors—and how ordinary people are fighting back. Thanks to Seattle Town Hall and University Book Store

More information about this show available at: Seattle Community Media


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